It is a pretty safe bet that most people that voted for Trump in the 2020 presidential election would consider Joe Biden to be a puppet of the left.
The question, however, is who is actually pulling the strings?
Some members of the GOP now believe they have that answer.
Who is the Man Behind the Curtain?
Those that have been in these rooms where negotiations are supposed to be taking place are all coming away with the same opinion.
Ron Klain is the man that is pulling Biden’s strings.
Senate Republican Whip John Thune (R-S.D.) stated, “We’ve gotten the impression from our members that have been in meetings down there that [Klain]’s kind of the guy behind the curtain.”
Senator McConnell’s (R-KY) aides have even started referring to Biden’s Chief of Staff as “Prime Minister Klain.”
Biden was elected because people did not like Trump’s personality, so there is some strategy to this type of talk, which would be to show the American people that Biden is nothing more than a figurehead that is being pushed around by Democrat leadership in the House and Senate.
Senator Collins (R-ME) affirmed this, stating, “The problem is that what appear to be productive talks seem to be countermanded by the Democratic leader in the Senate.”
She also pointed to problems with Klain, stating, “Ron was shaking his head in the back of the room, the whole time, which is not exactly an encouraging sign.”
This may also be why Biden refuses to withdraw Neera Tandem, who does not even have the full support of Democrats.
A Democrats strategist that reportedly has very close ties to the White House told The Hill, “I think he’s Neera’s No. 1 fan in the building, there’s no question about it.
“The fact that she’s still in contention is 100 percent because of Ron.”
All of the top Democrats are already pushing back on this narrative, but it won’t do much good, because most of the right simply does not believe that Joe Biden is anything more than a puppet that was put in place by the left because liberals did not like the bad orange man being in office.
Source: The Hill